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- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
- nature of the Mysteries and their connection with the spiritual life
- effect on a man's life, and for these he must have undergone a
- prepared if he is to reach the end of it without having his inner life
- Mysteries, everything in his soul-life must gradually become
- figure in ordinary soul-life must all become a means to higher
- purposes, higher goals. In ordinary life a man perceives the external
- them a means to higher ends. In ordinary life a man looks out on a
- Thus it is with the whole thought-world. In ordinary life man thinks
- object of the life of the soul, thinking must become merely a means to
- or value. But as we are speaking about regions of the soul-life so
- as a rule a person will have to lead a kind of double life. For in
- everyday life it is impossible not to reflect and form judgments upon
- life is such that we must use our judgment and reflect.
- life's duties in view and at the same time never forgetting that what
- picture. In ordinary physical life thoughts and ideas are an end in
- life, through the soul-condition he has attained, which will be
- in this or that circumstance of life. Then perhaps he is asked by
- train of thought of ordinary life in order to show what proof there is
- widely varying and complicated circumstances of life is a phenomenon,
- when the entire soul-life is reduced to being a means, instead of
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- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
- the soul-life, so that through the exercises which a person undertakes
- forces in his soul which far surpass those needed in ordinary life.
- independent of the physical body in ordinary life, i.e. in sleep, it
- falls at once into unconsciousness. This means that in normal life the
- are subject to moral laws. When in ordinary physical life we observe
- to law, when a man has in old age expended his life-forces. We will
- illness, in the very flower of his life. We do not all die after
- having fulfilled our measure of life. Men die at all ages, and we must
- measure of life is fulfilled. We have often seen how that is brought
- attention if we want to understand the life between death and the next
- Death, one always finds that during their life on the physical plane
- everyday life and one will find how widespread is the quality
- commerce and in social life is much more dependent on the love of ease
- unless one adopts an ostrich policy towards life.
- forth opposition in physical life. Thus men are on the one hand
- happenings amid the affairs and events of ordinary life. He does
- ordinary life through the alteration of his perceptions and feelings.
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
- in his inner life. And if nothing else were to happen, a protracted
- other currents flow from beings who are linked with the life of the
- of man and the life of the Sun. It was characteristic of the time of
- etheric body after passing through the life between death and a new
- of soul-life, which remains united with man during the period between
- life into the spiritual worlds, it was not into rapture and bliss, but
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
- manifest in physical life when Moses heard the "Ejeh asher
- Life of the Elementary World; Beholding the Sun at Midnight; Standing
- results in the higher worlds of this changed situation in the life of
- days first became manifest in physical life when Moses heard in the
- the candidate for Initiation, transferred His life into the
- Earth-region so that He could gradually come to life again in the
- souls of earthly men; and in this new life, rising to ever higher and
- comparison with the life that animates it, have always a disposition
- life of the universe and received its impressions. This sank into our
- etheric bodies remains lifeless. If nothing else were to happen, if
- and etheric bodies which they have to abandon as lifeless because the
- dead in contrast with the life of the organism that surrounds it. And
- transition from life in space and time into more spiritual forms of
- right into physical life and thence launched their assaults on the
- life in the external world that had prevailed in Greek and Roman
- life-story in a rather superficial way. In fact, there was in Goethe
- the course of time will the lifeless elements of human nature be
- themselves into intellectual life, particularly the intellectual life
- commercial and industrial life, or absorbs only the ideas of
- through the fact that life widens out in the human soul, the life
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